From November, Höegh Autoliners will offer one direct sailing per month to the port of Khoms, Libya. The regular load ports will include Freeport, Jacksonville, Baltimore, New York, and Wilmington, DE.
Fumigation requirements to Oceania Americas
The Brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) season, requiring all cargo exported from the U.S. destined for Oceania to be fumigated, commences September 1, 2018 and continues until April 30, 2019. New cargo, un-field tested and manufactured after December 1, 2018 destined for Australia, may be exempt from the fumigation requirements by filing a proper NUFT declaration.
Address change for Höegh Autolines office and Agent in Hamburg Europe and Oceania
As of 29 January 2018, Höegh Autoliners GmbH and Paul Günther Agency Hamburg have changed address.
Höegh Autoliners is pleased to announce the commencement of our U.S. to Oceania direct service.
Ivar H. Myklebust new CEO of Höegh Autoliners Europe and Oceania
Ivar H. Myklebust is named Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Höegh Autoliners. He has over the last three years served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in the company.
Korea's Fair Trade Commission has announced on 21 August that nine of ten companies that were investigated for breach of competition laws in the so called Car Carrier Case have been fined.
US Outbound Schedules Americas
Our current Trade Schedules in PDF form are available on the Sailing Schedule page
Change in Port Agent in Bremerhaven and Hamburg Europe and Oceania
As of 1 January 2016, Höegh Autoliners will change port agency from PWL Port Services GmbH & Co. KG to BPS Beutler Port Service GmbH.
Change in port agent in Mexico Americas
As of 1 September 2015, Höegh Autoliners will change port agency from Navemar to Altamaritima.
To Our Valued Customers: Terminal Receiving Schedule for Friday July 3, 2015 - Independence Day
Höegh Autoliners is pleased to announce the commencement of operations at our new facility in Freeport, Texas. We will commence service to the Middle East and Far East, along with imports from East Asia during August of 2015. These activities will transfer from our Galveston Terminal to our new facility in Freeport, Texas.